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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sound of music reference or souvenir in either Germany or Switzerland. There is plenty of Heidi books in Switzerland though. It only took half hour to get to the hotel and we arrived at about 6.30. Dinner was at 7.30 and was another three course meal. The soup (still a comforting and welcome dish) was a cream of something. I reckon it was a brocolli soup but we still don't know. But whatever it was it was delicious. Main was the best hotel meal we ...
... for the 75 L option
... I’ve found is actually navigating city streets that frequently change from two lanes into one or into turn-only lanes. I did find myself in one situation where a lane closed in on me and I had to accelerate to prevent a collision, only to see a flash go off from the left barricade. Something tells me that I’ll be getting a ticket notification from the rental company once I get home!
We get to Lucerne and drive through the middle of town ...
... as a hobby). We stopped off at the local Catholic Church to look at the headstones which are mainly wood carvings, telling the occupation of the deceased. It was very interesting. It's a big apple growing area and cheese making spot. All animals wear neck bells- even the sheep! The cows have been brought down from the summer paddocks in the mountains and will soon be housed in the big barns for the winter months. They are ...
... no closer to our destination.
Stopping at a petrol station for fuel and directions we discover the ugly truth. We were a almost back where we started – just east. Where did it all go wrong? Our nearest city was Nuremberg, even thought it was further east, not south, we headed there as daylight faded. A hotel room beckoned, we were cold, tired and frustrated. Oh well we can say we visited Nuremberg after all.
Awakening to heavy rain we ...